University staff performance evaluation systems, organizational learning, and organizational identification in Taiwan

Hsing-Kuo Wang1, Jung-Feng Tseng2, Yu-Fang Yen1, Ing-Chung Huang3
1National Quemoy University, Taiwan
2National Yat-sen University, Taiwan
3National Kaohsiung University, Taiwan
Cite this article:  Wang, H.-K., Tseng, J.-F., Yen, Y.-F., & Huang, I.-C. (2011). University staff performance evaluation systems, organizational learning, and organizational identification in Taiwan. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 39(1), 43-54.

Volume 39 Issue 1 | e2105 | Published: February 2011 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2011.39.1.43

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We tested a model of performance evaluation systems, organizational identification, and organizational learning with a sample of staff at Taiwan’s national universities and found that performance evaluation systems have a positive effect on both organizational learning and organizational identification. In addition, organizational learning has a positive effect on organizational identification. The mediating effect of organizational learning was also found to be significant.

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